IT Self Service: Map network drives on Windows (Firestone H drive or S drive)
IT Self Service: Map network drives on Mac (Firestone H drive or S drive)
NOTE: While the drives are in "read-only" mode, we are recommending that users use Google Drive File Stream to store/backup their files so they are not stored on the local computer.
Mapping drives on Bingsuns
Go to My computer
Tools -> Map Network Drive
Select Drive: H, or S, or alternate letter
Select to "Connect using different credentials" and log in with User Name as PODS\UserID and then your account's password.
For machines running windows 7 professional, open a run window and type secpol.msc
Check the setting located at:
Local Policies>Security Options>Network security: LAN Manager authentication level
Make sure it is set to "Send LM & NTLM - use NTLMv2 session security if negotiated
For windows 7 home premium or starter edition machines, you will have to add a registry
key which needs to be located at:
in the LSA folder create a new key (case sensitive of DWORD type): LmCompatibilityLevel
Set the value to 1
In the Finder, click on the Go menu, select Connect to Server.
Enter the address for the resource you wish to map.
Enter your Binghamton user name and password when prompted
FROM OFF CAMPUS:
Virtual Private Network (VPN) software allows access to campus-only resources from off-campus locations. The website https://ssl.binghamton.edu provides bookmarks to campus-only resources directly through the web page. To use a remote desktop application or to access an application or system that is restricted while you are off campus, install the Pulse Secure VPN client.
Pulse Secure can be installed by logging into https://ssl.binghamton.edu and clicking on the appropriate bookmark to download and install the desired version of Pulse Secure for your operating system (Windows 32 or 64 bit, Mac OS or Linux). The Pulse Secure ReadMe file contains installation and configuration instructions. Once it is installed, Pulse Secure will be listed in your programs and as a shortcut in the Windows System Tray or Mac Menu Bar. You do not need to access the SSL VPN web page each time you want to connect via VPN.